Let’s start with “definitely worried about maintaining my relevance.” It seems that Chelsea wants to convey her career is more important than a boyfriend right now. If anyone disagrees, let me know. Maybe I read it wrong.
Either way, she's not alone. A lot of women will send this message to men. I tend to think they do so to let him know she is not needy and capable of living independently of him. Kind of like, "I have things to do, too, pal."
Understand I’m not telling women to make men their first priority or sacrifice their careers. This is especially true if he isn't your husband. As a dating coach, I encourage my clients to stay balanced and recommend they spend time with their boyfriends no more than a couple of times a week. There’s no need to remind him, though, that your career will always come before him. You can send this message through your actions if needed. Verbalizing it is unnecessary.
Tell me what you think! Have you ever let a man know that your career is first priority?
Until next time...
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